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thailand to the west. the bridge may symbolize a connected future, but laos in the here and now remains among the poorest countries in the world. ( rooster crows ) it is the least developed country in the lower mekong basin. life expectancy is low, about 53 years. ( rooster crows % of cn e ourished. the potential changes brought by economic development are enormous. the soil here is rich and fertile. laos remains a largely agrarian society. lowland peoples practice wet rice farming. the capital, vientiane, has a population of just half a million. the rest of the 5½ million laotians are spread over 155 million square miles of land. it'she sonlowestpulaon dena aand the least urbanized country squin the region.and. around laos lie e delopi economies of thailand, china, vietnam and cambodia. the north of laos is almos entirely mountains, covering 70% of the country. much of its western border a tural barrier to trade. river, the friendship bridge breached that barrier. narrator: somphavan inthavong is in the power business. he was an engineer on the first hydroelectric scheme built here in
isuzu motors has built a new plant in central thailand. the company is hoping to make the country its export hub to the world market. about 600 people attended a ceremony to mark the opening of the plant east of bangkok on monday. they included government officials of japan and thailand. isuzu plans to produce 90,000 pickupaiwan and for export to e and the mideast. the isuzu present commented on the impact of the worsening japan-china relations and stressed the importance of southeast asian nations as production bases. >> translator: we can't say there are no risks in indonesia and thailand, but compared with china, the business environment, in these countries is relatively more stable. >> last year's massive floods in thailand forced many japanese auto plants to shut down, but their operations have resumed. toyota and nissan plan to expand production in thailand. >>> myanmar emerged from nearly five decades of military rule last year and introduced democratic reforms. now it's becoming a magnet for international investment. china is leading the way. thailand and south korea are also
, and kosovo. she focused her stories on women and children. yamamoto was 45. >>> monks in thailand are trying to deal with an occupational hazard. the country's high percentage of buddhists gives them donations out of respect. but those gifts are becoming a weighty burden. >> reporter: thailand's monks are seeking a solution. the problem comes from the diet. they urgently need to lose weight. this is a 41-year-old monk at a buddhist temple in the suburbs of bangkok. his morning routine involves making rounds of the neighborhood to ask for alms. he receives off onners of food at nearly every stop. the alms used to be mainly simple homemade dishes. but that's changing as thailand becomes richer. higher-calorie items such as sweets or meat, prepared outside the home, or aare on offer. by tradition, monks are supposed to eat everything they receive. but there's just too much. over 13 years, he gained 50 kilograms. he suffers from hypertension and diabetes. >> translator: people would be disappointed if i didn't eat. what else can i do but eat as much as i can? >> reporter: on weekends, even more
, and kosovo. she focused her stories on women and children. mika yamamoto was 45. >>> monks in thailand are trying to deal with an occupational hazard. the countries high percentage of buddhists gives them donations out of respect, but those gifts are becoming a weighty burden. nhk world reports. >> reporter: thailand's monks are seeking a solution. the problem comes from the diet. they urgently mean to lose weight. a 41-year-old monk at a buddhist temple in the suburbs of bangkok. his morning routine involves making rounds of the neighborhood to ask for arms. he receives offers of food at nearly every stop. they used to be mainly simple, homemade dishes, but that's changing as thailand becomes richer. higher calorie items, such as sweets and meat prepared outside the home, are being offered. by tradition, monks are supposed to eat everything they receive, but there's just too much. over 13 years, he gained 50 kilograms. he suffers from hypertension and diabetes. >> translator: people would be disappointed if i didn't eat. what else can i do but eat as much as i can? >> reporter: on wee
in countries such as japan and south korea. in thailand the number of teenage girls choosing to terminate a pregnancy is rising. even though the procedure is normally illegal. health experts say sex education programs could help reverse the trend. but they face strong opposition from traditional groups. nhk world's noriko nakamura reports from bangkok. >> reporter: teenage girls receive advice at the clinic in bangkok. about the challenges of motherhood. the clinic says the number of pregnant teens have jumped in recent years. it has launched a new pilot project devoted to their physical and mental care. this 16-year-old girl is four months pregnant. her boyfriend used a condom but it didn't do its job. >> translator: i felt worried when i found out i was pregnant. >> translator: there should be videos and lessons at school about how to use a condom properly. >> reporter: the thai government says out of every 1,000 teenage girls age 15 to 19, almost 55 gave birth in 2011. two years ago, a temple in bangkok found the remains of more than 2,000 infants. they were dumped by a clinic that per
higher than in countries such as japan and south korea. in thailand the number of teenage girls choosing to terminate a pregnancy is rising even though the procedure is normally illegal. health experts say sex education programs could help reverse the trend but they face strong opposition from tro digsal groups. >> reporter: teenage girls received a vice at the clinic in bangkok about the challenges of motherhood. the clinic says the number of pregnant teens have jumped in recent years. it has launched a new project devoted to their physical and mental care. this 16-year-old girl is four months pregnant. her boyfriend used a condom but it didn't do its job. >> i felt worried when i found out i was pregnant. >> there should be videos and lessons at school about how to use a condom properly. >> reporter: the thai. go says out of every girl 15-19 almost 55 gave birth in 2011. >> two years ago a temple found the remains of more than 2,000 infants. they were dumped by a clinic that performs legal abortions. the clinic had been terminating pregnancies of teenage girls for years. one expert est
in thailand when the 2004 tsunami hit. her fiancÉ was tragically killed but petra survived, and it was a life-changing experience. she started the "happy hearts foundation." >> coming back from thailand, after i could walk again i found my sister and we went to see how we could help. visiting hospitals cheryls temporary schools and learning what are the needs and what are the most impactful solutions for the long term. and understanding that school is such a center of a community. when you've rebuilt safe schools, it helps healing from the trauma for the children. it gives them educational opportunities so they can get better jobs and employment. through that they can help their own family. while children are safe at school parents can start working to feed the children. because school is such the center of the community, it's a community center. all the houses are still damaged, it gives the community help to rebuild and they can do it. so the impact is on the children families, community and multi generational. and it's been--we chose to focus on education and safe sustainable schools, to b
of this week, weekend, and into cambodia and thailand. now, this rainfall accumulation could be some staggering amounts. it could be about 300 milliliters or even more, so coastal flooding, especially in the rural areas, including da nang. and the line is focused on cambodia and the thailand region due to the monsoonal flow being very active this year. so we really don't want anymore rain, so be aware of land slides and mud slides that this storm could create. another storm to look out for over the marianas. this is likely to be organized in the next 24 hours, so this is another storm to watch out for and keep a very close eye on. but across much of japan, early this morning things were really unstable. let me show you some footage coming out from niigata prefecture. this is near the niigata airport. we can see three waterspouts over the water. apparently moved about 20 minutes. this is a separate event, possibly a tornado hitting akita prefecture early this morning around 10:00 a.m., damaging houses here. now, if we pull back, we can show you that this could actually happen again tomorrow in t
common in cambodia and bali and thailand and there is a different aesthetic. all southeast asia and asia there are a lot of similarities. >> he is a male entity. he is not -- are you referring to the story? >> it's interesting you should say that. a unique indian concept is one of half male, half female. and that is -- unlike some dances the solo dancer portrays all of the parts in the story. you can portray a feminine aspect and then masculine aspect with the bow and arrow. the male has to portray feminine and the female has to portray masculine. there is a very fierce dance and a soft sort of dance and every dancer has to learn all those aspects. it's very, you know, my teacher i call him a guru in this art form you have to study very, very hard. you have to learn about all the cultural aspects. he says it's liberating because he enjoys and has to learn to bring up the feminine aspect. he's a strong character it's a challenge for him and he likes it. the stories are metaphor cal. i don't look at this that this is a man or woman. there are qualities we all have that some of us are in
the indian epiics actually the indian epiics for very common in cambodia and bali and thailand and there is a different aesthetic. all southeast asia and asia there are a lot of similarities. >> he is a male entity. he is not -- are you referring to the story? >> it's interesting you should say that. a unique indian concept is one of half male, half female. and that is -- unlike some dances the solo dancer portrays all of the parts in the story. you can portray a feminine aspect and then masculine aspect with the bow and arrow. the male has to portray feminine and the female has to portray masculine. there is a very fierce dance and a
the specific details around his departure. >> and a surprise rate cut from the bank of thailand is hitting home in yet another emerging economy. >>>er you're watching "worldwide exchange," bringing you business news from around the globe. >> good morning to you. so much to get to in today's program. kelly is a little bleary eyed this morning. >> it's because i watched the debate this morning. >> you just happened to wake up at the exact moment that debate started? >> i thought i'll just watch it for two or three minutes to get an idea of what's g 90 minutes later. >> and your initial thoughts? >> i saw the first one because i was in the u.s. for it. it did come off as dour. this one was livelier. but i don't know whether there was necessarily -- the narrative is that president obama did better than last time around. whether it was as much of a game changer i think is still up for debate. in any case, president obama and mitt romney have one more debate next week. they may have left it all out on the mat last week. they were much more confrontation confrontational, repeatedly bouncing off their
the tropical storm has been weakened to a low. it brings in drenching rain in northern parts of thailand. out east there's a typhoon. it's a strong typhoon. sustained winds are 126 kilometers per hour with gusts up to 108. it's going to strengthen into a strong typhoon. we're not sure where the system is going. we'll keep you posted. temperatures are looking like this. 22 degrees in seoul. it should be cooling down into the upper teens as the rain comes in on wednesday. tokyo nice and comfortable. 23 degrees and out west just on target only 8 degrees expected. movie ining into the americas. you can see this storm. we've got a very potent storm tracking over the great lakes bringing heavy snow showers in central canada. the heaviest snow is going to be found in the western parts of ontario. heavy rain will spread into the central parts of the mississippi river valley into tomorrow and back behind a cold front. criminal fire weather is imposed in parts of wyoming, eastern nebraska as well as iowa into tonight. heavy rain shards will gradually weaken as we head into tonight. very cool air coming
. it looks like it will be tracking towards laos and southern thailand as the week progresses into the next 72 hours. and we already have a report of 57 millimeters in bangkok. in thailand, rainfall accumulation. so we really don't want this rainfall, but it looks like it will be headed towards that direction. bangkok at 34 degrees temperature-wise and tokyo at 28. another hot day in this -- this time of this month. and it's 17 degrees in ulaanbaatar, already chilly up there, but things are actually more colder, much colder here in the americas. this early winter storm system is moving towards the ontario region. minnesota and also manitoba, southern ontario, you may find about 20 to 30 centimeters of snowfall accumulation, so that could actually be the first significant snowfall of the season. and that could actually accompany with some gusty conditions. gusts of 60 kilometers per hour. so it could generate blizzard, poor visibility, poor roads due to the slush and wet snow. so really dangerous driving conditions throughout into the course of the week. but things are tapering off here acro
of eid al haw. >>>. >>> and from thailand the hiss of a young tiger found with 15 others in the back of a pickup truck. thailand is one of the centers of the illegal trade in tigers. tiger parts are often used in many partsof asia to make traditional medicines. only six subspecies of tigers remain in the wile with fewer than a thousand tigers thought to be left in each group. >>> the number of people infected in that deadly meningitis outbreak now totals 344 cases in 18 different cases. 25 people have died. a food and drug administration report released this weekend the company that released the drug, the new england compound company could not show it properly sterilized the drug. >>> as the east coast braces for extreme weather, some bay area residents are pack up and lending a hand. >>> a pop . >>> some people who know a thing or two about extreme weather are leading to the east coast ahead of hurricane sandy. the power crews are from the chicago area about 700 workers will fan out across the east coast to help utilities deal with expected power outages from the massive storm. toda
destinations this year include south korea and thailand. >>> a 9-year-old has been killed in an explosion at a church in kenya. three other children were seriously wounded. local police stay a hand grenade was detonated while the children attended sunday school in the capital nairobi. government forces launched an investigation last october to drive out the militant group. s 17 people were killed in strikes on two churches in july. police suspect islamic extremists are involved in the latest incident. >>> japan is among the world's fastest aging country and its economy is struggling with deflation. aiming at retirees are among the few sectors and growth. now some companies are going one step further. >> reporter: having your portrait taken for your own funeral might be strange to some, but in japan it's part of a range of services targeting the growing population of retirees. >> translator: i want to leave behind an enhanced picture of myself. my own favorite shot. >> reporter: people over the age of 65 have increased by more than 1 million over the past year. they make up almost one quar
.2%. for southeast asia as a whole, the gdp has maintained it's forecast at 1.3%. thailand's recovery from last year's floods as well as higher state spend inning malaysia and the philippines are contributing to growth. even so, the bank says the region won't be immune from the negative impact of the european debt crisis, and slowdown in the global economy. >>> indonesia is another of the region's economic rising stars, but workers there aren't happy with growing income inequality. thousands have taken to the street demanding higher pay and better job security. the population of 240 million gives it the largest labor force in southeast asia. many of nose workers want a bigger share of the country's growing wealth. several major labor unions organized demonstrations across the country on wednesday. they boast a combined membership of about 2 million workers. more than 5,000 people holding flags and banners gathered at front gate of an industrial estate near the capital jakarta. the estate is home to a number of factories operated by foreign firms. similar demonstrations in january forced many busines
vacation oning in thailand. on july 31 he died in a hospital in switzerland. test confirm that rabies was the cause. rabies may go undiagnosed because doctors aren't looking for it. >> until it becomes much more advanced it can really allude diagnosis and of course average physician isn't thinking of rabies not the average physician in a wealthycountry >>repoer: of urse once sympms devop raes is almost alwaysatal. health officials plan to hold a news conferce torro to dcuss this cas > woman charged with ditching her daughter after botched shoplifting attempt in san jose is in the santa clare county jail tonight. this is l the mug shot. she had been going by the name marsy. camera rolling when the 38-year-old woman stepped out of the car being extradite from nevada tonight. that's where she hid with maleompanion and 11 month old son. she faces burglary and child endangerment charges. >> the navy blue angel spent the afternoon practicing tir jaw dropping maneuvers ove the bay. elite playing in team practice again tomorrow before saturday sunday performance. thousands of people
and had contact with two people in thailand. showing symptoms, went to dubai and then he died. saliva and tears could sprez it to others. >> there were 59 people identified and 23 of them received post exposure drugs. >> reporter: the man's family got shots. they urge people to avoid all contact with wild animals acting unusually and all bats. under scoring treatment can save lives. health and science editor, john fowler, ktvu news, back to you. >>> new cases in the allegations of a teacher for failing report malstation reports. notes taken by the principal were made public yesterday. santa clara county officials say the documents reveal the principal had enough information to get the teacher, chandler, from his althoughed victim to report possible allegations three months before she did. she waited until chandler was accused of molesting another child to report him. >> obviously we believe the notes are the most compelling evidence that we have of the student reporting the situation. >> now, we tried contacting the attorney for the principal but have not heard back. they take the al
. bringing in drenching rain in the southern half of myanmar and parts of thailand. now east there is a typhoon coming in. it's now a very extra strong typhoon. gusts of 108. it's going to strengthen into a strong typhoon by friday morning. we're not sure where the system is going at the moment. we'll keep you posted on the progress. temperatures are looking like this. 22 degrees in seoul. but should be cooling down into the upper teens as the rain comes in on wednesday. tokyo nice and comfortable, 23 degrees. and out west just on target in ulaanbaatar. in the americas we can see tropical storm olivia. it will become a tropical depression by tonight and continues to head toward the west. meanwhile a potent storm is tracking over the great lakes bringing in snow showers. the heaviest snow is going to be found in parts of ontario. rain will also go soo is the mississippi river valley into tomorrow. and back behind the cold front, fire weather risk in parts of wyoming, eastern nebraska, southern minnesota as well as iowa into tonight. and out towards the east, heavy rain showers
, as well as the ambitions of its neighbors, thailand and vietnam. king sihanouk was a symbol of cambodian resilience over six turbulent decades. the body of sihanouk will lie in state at the royal palace for three months to give cambodians an opportunity to say farewell. that will be followed by a state funeral. now peace and prosperity are gradually returning to the country. many cambodians see the passing of their former king as the end of an era. >>> the weak global economy is forcing companies to look for new markets to grow. even so, pakistan doesn't seem like an obvious choice. headlines from there often focus on political chaos and terrorism. discouraged a group of japanese companies from taking a closer look. nhk world reports from islamabad. >> reporter: siakot is a city in east pakistan. at this garment factory, 150 men make uniforms for judo and karate. they work for japanese companies that moved its base here from china. >> translator: we are starting to receive orders from companies in europe, as well as japan. because of rising costs in china. >> reporter: pakistan's populat
, but really to go out to malaysia and indonesia and thailand for their factories, where the real processing and assembly takes place. narrator: linking materials, processing and assembly to global operations requires the movement of massive quantities of freight. singapore handles more than 15 million containers a year. its relative location allows it to feed directly into shipping routes linking asia, europe and the united states. singapore is very dependent on american markets. most of its exports go to the united states. in fact,ll of asia is very dependent on the u.s. there are also a lot ofmerican semiconductor electronics companies in southeastsia, and they all use singapore as sort of their export platform toring their products back aftto bring it backoughmbled singapore the uted states. narrator: this re-exporting of products makes singapore very dependent on its hinterlands. poon: more than a hundred percent of its income is derived from expos alone. muchwhich means to sayare ally re-ebasically singapore acts as an entrepôt port; it behaves like ainrmediaryoint between the hinter
of thailand, because another disturbance right here. thunderstorms and rough seas will be a concern through the the day here and up towards the north, dry weather across the korean peninsula and much of japan. but a storm system is moving into the northern half the country today. temperatures are dropping out of the 20s tokyo. 19 degrees. meanwhile, warming up to 20 in seoul today. here's your extended forecast. >> and that wraps up this edition of "newsline." i'm catherine kobayashi in tokyo. thanks for joining us.
went to thailand. we were rebranded at the -- to highland. we work rebranded -- we were rearended at the 580. i remember thinking, i am going to be here for a while. there are more pressing issues than me. you are being forgotten. nobody is focusing on you. it is not that the people do not care. the system does not have the resources to handle the volume of people. when you walk into a public hospital waiting room, sometimes for low acuity primary care health care, you are dealing with people coming in the back door who are shot, in car accidents, have had strokes or heart attacks. it is that dual resource problem of an emergency room trying to provide primary care to an entire community and deal with emergencies that results in a really long wait times and the sense that you are a statistic or number. take a number. that is dis-empowering for people. people feel helpless. in that moment. in the macro, there is the sense that this system is not working for me, there is the apathy. there is the sense that nobody cares about me. we got to understand that in terms of talking to peopl
from china and asean countries held informal talks on monday in thailand. they agreed to continue talks that demonstrates their will peacefully asean countries have been asked to abide by governing behavior in e in region. but they failed to reach substantial progress over the issue. despite the urging of the united states. the focus is now on whether the countries will be able to bridge their differences at a series of asean summits next month. >>> a spokesperson for china says premier we know jiabao will attend next week. but he says there's no planned talks. relations have soured since japan -- also claim the islands. spokesperson lei said they will take part in the meeting in laos. the summit is scheduled to open next monday. japanese prime minister yoshihiko noda is also planning on attending. he also criticized japan's approach to the dispute. >> translator: japan should immediately correct its mistakes. handle the island dispute appropriately. and make an effort to remove obstacles. >> observers say the chinese government sees the summit as a chance to present its stance on the s
at the problems, in bangkok, in neighboring thailand, which has had their own problems with opm, but gone far to deal with it. >> if you look at the areas where these opium poppies are being grown, they're both areas that have been riven over the past few years by ethnic conflict, conflict between the burmese military and various ethnic arms groups that have helped to create this environment of opium poppies been successfully grown again. for the last six years we have seen an increase in the cultivation area inside burma. yes, no underestimating the size of the challenge. a lot has changed in burma, but it will take a considered and concerted effort to tackle the problem. >> you are watching "bbc world news." headlines this hour, 40 people have been know to have died in the storm in the northeastern united states. tens of thousands of people have had to spend a second night in emergency shelters. you are familiar enough with these, of course. bananas are just about the most popular fruit in the world, but they could be replacing some staples in the parts of the world affected by climate chan
, no trouble, managing trouble spots. led missions to thailand, indonesia and malaysia during the asian currency crisis. i met with him to talk about challenges we fast now and some of those in the future. i want to start talking asian countries, they have really been a bright spot for the global economy. but we are seeing, economies of europe and the u.s. starting to really stagnate. we are seeing a slowdown in china. and india. wondering how much can asia continue to support growth? >> as we see,isha^ kra asia re leader. we expect asia to grow 5.5% this year, rising to 6 poe% this yea above global growth. i would say, you will see demand pick up in asia and keep growing -- growth active and robust. >> speaking of domestic demand, how much will that be able to really shield asian countries, do you think from the global slowdown we are seeing. what do policy makers need to do to ensure that domestic demand continues? >> this is a very important issue. they're dealing with this, two ways to handle this. there is ram oom to build new stimulus on the fiscal side. for many countries, infla
younger. >> this practice supposedly thailand and has people to $350 for a 15- session with the first phase-slapping practitioner in the western hemisphere. if you want to be beautiful there is no medical evidence face slapping helps but -- doctors say it could blood circulation. it supposedly firms people's faces and backsides as well. you, let usfor know. it fordn't you just do yourself? to yourself? good today.ling degrees and warm but a cool down a big question mark for this weekend. down a big question mark for this[ minto ] you know, those ads saying mitt romney would ban all abortions and contraceptraion seemed a bit extreme. so i looked into it. turns out, romney doesn't oppose contraception at all. in fact, he thinks abortion should be an optn in cases of rape, incest, or to save a mother's life. this issue's important to me, but i'm more concerned abt the debt our children will be left with. i voted for president obama last time, but t we just can't afford four more years. [ romney ] i'm mitt romney and i approve this message.
through march. he said he is cautious about the outlook for china but strong sales in especially thailand and indonesia should support the firm's business. he said it'll be enough to meet mitsubishi's target of $1 billion in operating profit. executives at another japanese auto maker announced the firm had cut this year's sales target for china by 35%. that's to about 40,000 units. honda has already slashed its operating profit forecast by about $1.2 billion for the current fiscal year. the chinese market accounts for 20% of honda's total sales. follow the latestic nom -- latest economic news. >>> the current account surplus shrunk last month. the government post aid preliminary figure of $3.9 billion. a drop of 4.46 billion from august due to sharp increase in imports. seasonably adjusted exports increased 5.4% from the previous month while imports grew 6.9%. business sentiment among south korean manufacturers in october, fell to the lowest level in 3 1/2 years. the bank of korea said the index on business conditions, stood at 58, down 1 point from september. that is the lowest since ape
's arrest. >>> traffic cops in bangkok, thailand, are pulling double duty. you might think it's because there's so much traffic in bangkok, and it is to a degree, but they're not pulling double shifts as traffic cops. they're also playing midwife. the traffic is so incredible -- >> oh, boy. oh, boy. >> steven just fainted. >> come on, man. give us a warning. >> warning, steven. babies are being born. so the traffic in bangkok is so incredibly bad that 19 years ago, they started training their traffic cops in midwifery, because so many babies were being born in traffic jams on the way to the hospital. in fact, 107 babies have been born in traffic. on average, one baby per month. this particular traffic cop you're looking at here is mana decoxham who delivered 47 of those babies. >> "oughe ought to just go to medical school. grad they're trained in midwifery and that midwifery is a word. >> these 107 babies delivered over the past 19 year, all delivered safely, all doing well, including the most recent baby that was delivered. >> what happens after the baby is delivered? does she go back
the four-day holiday of eid al haw. >>>. >>> and from thailand the hiss of a young tiger found with 15 others in the back of a pickup truck. thailand is one of the centers of the illegal trade in tigers. tiger parts are often used in many parts of asia to make traditional medicines. only six subspecies of tigers remain in the wile with fewer than a thousand tigers thought to be left in each group. >>> the number of people infected in that deadly meningitis outbreak now totals 344 cases in 18 different cases. 25 people have died. a food and drug administration report released this weekend the company that released the drug, the new england compound company could not show it properly sterilized the drug. >>> as the east coast braces for extreme weather, some bay area residents are pack up and lending a hand. >>> a pop with over 200 varieties, keurig makes brewing a delicious cup of coffee simple. how does it brew such great coffee? well... inside the brewer are these green fields of coffee, and if you travel up this mountain, there's this huge coffee grinder. and then the coffee lands in
who came from thailand to study at cornel in 1997, and he realized he could buy textbooks produced by john wiley and sons cheaper at home and thailand and should many shift to the u.s. and they made $1.2 million. wiley sued for copyright infringement and the counter was the first sale doctrine. explain to me, andrew, what does the first sale doctrine mean? >> right, the first sale doctrine is very simple. it says if you buy it, you own it, and can you do with it as you will. the hiccup in the first sale doctrine is that the courts interpreted it to omagh, ply to goods made in the united states. the question that the supreme court's wrestling with is does the for sale doctrine extend to goods made overseas? that is the challenge in this case. >> so what product, what would this mean for consumers? what is at stake here for consumers with this case? >> there this could be disruptive for courages. it -- both on the buy side and the sell side. if you go out and you purchase a bicycle, you're now going have to figure out not only if it's made overseas, but if the manufacturer of the bic
't give a care if you want to be beautiful and handsome. >> reporter: recently trained in thailand, taita claims she is the first face slapping practitioner in the western hemisphere. >> hi. >> reporter: how are you? that is taita's fellow, with the business brain, big desk and chutzpah to charge $350 for each 15 minute session. >> we will do our best to make you look for handsome. >> reporter: taita claims she can mold me into a matinee model. can you make me look like ryan gosling? is that no? pretty soon they're claiming results. >> you see your jaw line right here. we see the jaw line right here. and this side you don't see a jaw line. then it was jenna, our producer's turn. would you describe this as measurable, jenna? >> mm-mm? >> reporter: of course, there is no medical evidence this really works. although doctors concede it might improve circulation and bring on a healthy flush. in thailand for years they have been slapping faces and chests to enlarge, and something else that roughly translates as butt punching. >> to firm the butt, help shape the butt and make it bigger as well.
developed symptoms while vacation oning in thailand. on july 31 he died in a hospital in switzerland. test confirm that rabies was the cause. rabies may go undiagnosed because doctors aren't looking for it. >> until it becomes much more advanced it can really allude diagnosis and of course average physician isn't thinking of rabies not the average physician in a wealthy country. >>reporter: of course once symptoms develop rabies is almost always fatal. health officials plan to hold a news conference tomorrow to discuss this case. >>> woman charged with ditching her daughter after botched shoplifting attempt in san jose is in the santa clare county jail tonight. this is l the mug shot. she had been going by the name marsy. camera rolling when the 38-year-old woman stepped out of the car being extradite from nevada tonight. that's where she hid with male companion and 11 month old son. she faces burglary and child endangerment charges. >> the navy blue angel spent the afternoon practicing their jaw dropping maneuvers over the bay. elite playing in team practice again tomorrow before
the man developed symptoms while vacation oning in thailand. on july 31 he died in a hospital in switzerland. test confirm that rabies was the cause. rabies may go undiagnosed because doctors aren't looking for it. >> until it becomes much more advanced it can really allude diagnosis and of course average physician isn't thinking of rabies not the average physician in a wealthy country. >>reporter: of course once symptoms develop rabies is almost always fatal. health officials plan to hold a news conference tomorrow to discuss this case. >>> woman charged with ditching her daughter after botched shoplifting attempt in san jose is in the santa clare county jail tonight. this is l the mug shot. she had been going by the name marsy. camera rolling when the 38-year-old woman stepped out of the car being extradite from nevada tonight. that's where she hid with male companion and 11 month old son. she faces burglary and child endangerment charges. >> the navy blue angel spent the afternoon practicing their jaw dropping maneuvers over the bay. elite playing in team practice
thailand. >> tobna. >> she and her husband say face slapping is a natural alternative to botox. >> before and after. >> that is your snorj. >> yes. mother. >> how many treatments? >> one time. >> for $350 cash, she says a few well placed slaps can tighten up saggy jowls. >> you work out muscles, right? so this is her working out your facial muscles.. >> do you slap yourself as well? >> yes. every day. >> you slap yourself? >> yes. every day. >> sometimes i want to slap myself, too. >> the treatment starts out gently, but escalates quickly. don't worry it only lasts a few minutes. >> before and after photos look similar. the lampe lady swore she saw a different. >> you've got a different line here and this line is gone. >> so you're saying i look younger? >> 20 years younger. >> they have plans to expand. >> in the future, i'll be learning face slapping. >> and me. >> she's going to do it as we'll this could end up hurting your wallet as much as your face. you see she only works on one side at a time f i want the right siteside to lock as goods g.as left goitsing to cost me another $350. t
parts of thailand today. so flash floods and landslides are possible here. all right. moving toward the americas then. we an see this compact storm. this is tropical depression olivia. it's continuing to move toward the west. meanwhile, people in the western u.s. are experiencing dry and warm conditions under the influence of a high-pressure system. but it's a different story in central canada and the great lakes region. a potent storm is moving through these regions bringing heavy snow showers and wet conditions, mainly across the western parts of ontario. as much as 30 centimeters of snow is possible into tomorrow afternoon here. and gale-force winds will likely continue, will continue across the great lakes. the system will move toward the east. as it does so, the central parts of the mississippi river valley will turn wet from tuesday. and out east, there's another storm system producing widespread rain along the eastern seaboard. but that should move out to sea by tonight. these storms that will be dragging cool air from the north, so the central and eastern parts of the u.s. a
to be beautiful. >> reporter: trained in thailand, tata claims she's the first face-slapping practitioner in the western hemisphere. >> hi. >> reporter: how are you? that's tata's fella, with the business brain, the big desk and the chutzpah to charge 350 bucks for each 15-minute session. >> we'll do our best to make you look more handsome. >> reporter: tata claims she can mold me into a idol. can you make me into ryan gosling? is that no? and pretty soon, they're claiming results. >> you see the jaw line right here. and this side, you don't see a jaw line. then, it was jenna, our producer's turn. would you describe this as pleasurable, jenna? were jane and j. lo making each other more gorgeous in "monster-in-law"? >> this is crazy. >> reporter: of course, there's no medical evidence this really works. although, doctors concede it might improve circulation and bring on a healthy flush. tata claims it's ancient thai wisdom. you can say anything is ancient thai wisdom, and everybody will think it's great, when actually, it's utter rubbish, no? >> this is very serious. >> reporter: in thaila
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